An Apple engineer was recently killed in an auto crash and his family is blaming it on the autopilot in his new Tesla Model X. The engineer was killed when his car crashed into a barrier in California and according to his family he had complained to the dealer that his car had previously veered towards that barrier several times. The NTSB has the information and is investigating. Tesla responded to the report and said they have no record of any autopilot complaints. However, whether the reports are true or not it's important that this be investigated thoroughly to determine whether these autopilots have some inherent weaknesses that haven't been discovered yet. The NTSB confirmed it has been acting on the information Huang’s brother stated but could not comment further on the matter. Huang got a job at Apple only last November and went out and purchased the Model X in celebration of landing the gig.